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The decision followed a ruling Friday by Texas' Austin-based Third Court of Appeals that had upheld a state judge’s order blocking Abbott’s order. The state had appealed the Third Court of Appeals order.
The state Supreme Court was still reviewing whether to take further action in the case and ordered both sides to file their responses by 5 p.m. Monday. By then, there will be just more than one week left for voters to return their mail ballots in person to early voting clerks around the state.
Several Texas chapters of the Anti-Defamation League, the government watchdog group Common Cause, and two Texas voters filed suit against the state, saying Abbott’s order overstepped the governor’s authority in the Texas Constitution and violated equal rights of voters.
Are all 4.7 million people in that county (obviously not all Democrat) voting with an Absentee ballot?
Are these 4.7 million people not aware that you can also mail them in?
Are these people not aware that they can just fill in their absentee ballot online?
Was it possibly done by Abbot in the first place because there have been multiple arrests so far in Texas for 2020 Democratic voter fraud?
Ummm, that's not accurate at all, the economic engines ARE the rural areas of Texas.
originally posted by: Southern Guardian
a reply to: TexasTruth
Yes, Dallas, Houston, Austin etc. etc. The economy engines of Texas that drive much of the State's economies. They're only good enough to bail out the rural and small towns but beyond that, apparently, they're sh##holes that should shut up, right?